Jason Lamp Joins Adams As Tallahassee GM

Adams Radio Group Fort Wayne Las Cruces SalisburyAdams Radio Group has appointed Jason Lamp as VP/General Manager for its Tallahassee FL cluster.

Lamp joins Adams from Community Broadcasters Fort Walton Beach where he served as General Sales Manager and Interim GM. He has worked in sales for Clear Channel Charleston, Renda Jacksonville, and Cox Media Group Miami during his career.

Lamp succeeds the retiring Hank Kestenbaum. Kestenbaum previously owned the now Adams Radio Group cluster in Tallahassee from 2014-2017 under the name Red Hills Broadcasting before selling it for $6,179,000.

Adams Radio Group has named Jason Lamp VP & GM for it Tallahassee, Florida cluster, replacing retiring GM Hank Kestenbaum. Jason, a 23-year radio veteran, most recently worked with Community Broadcasters overseeing their Destin-Fort Walton Beach cluster, recently acquired from Apex Communications whom he also served for several years. Prior to Community Broadcasters, Jason worked with iHeart – Charleston SC, Renda Broadcasting – Jacksonville, Florida, and Cox Media Group – Miami. Jason entire career has been in radio broadcasting, focused in sales and management.

Jason commented on the move “I’m looking forward to the opportunity to lead our team to build the Adams Radio Group brand in the Tallahassee market, to provide quality programing for our listeners and a customer driven integrated advertising platform to address the needs and increase the success of our clients. Good people are the key to any successful organization and I am honored to join the Adams Radio Group family.”

Ron Stone, CEO of Adams added “I am excited to add Jason to our executive line up. His 23 years in sales, most of which were spent in Florida, will provide him a strong head start in Tallahassee. Jason is passionate about our industry, as I am, and believes radio still delivers the strongest ROI for advertisers over anything else. Having him in Tallahassee taking that message to our clients will reshape the media landscape in Tallahassee.”

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